Like always said, Colombia besides their few big scale mines it will be ONLY a potential mining country and will continue envy what Peru, Chile and Mexico has achieved in this important sector.Read More
Mining could become Colombia's economic growth engine with investments of at least $1.5 billion a year over the next five years if the government guarantees legal certainty to businesses, theRead More
The fiscal regime that applies to the mining industry in Colombia consists of a combination of corporate income tax (CIT) and royaltybased taxation. Income tax rate Corporate is 34% for 2017 and 33% for 2018 onward. CIT surtax is 6% for 2017 and 4% for 2018. Free trade zone is 20%. Royalties 1%12% Capital allowances D: depreciation. ARead More
This year marks the 10 th anniversary of Deloittes annual mining trend report. Tracking the trends 2018: The top 10 issues shaping mining in the year ahead describes scenarios that could put some mining companies at a competitive disadvantage in todays technological, environmental, and social climate, and offers potential strategies to help companies to thrive in the future.Read More
Following on from sellout conferences in 2016, 2017, 2018 and with almost 400 people participating last year, our fourth edition sees the Copper Gold Symposium becoming more international to bring all pertinent information for people interested in investing or working in gold and copper mining in the Northern Andean region such as Colombia and Ecuador.Read More
In a recent Biz Latin Hub article, we reported on the economic recovery predicted for the Latin American region in 2018 and how it is largely being driven by an uptick in the commodities market. Colombia is no exception and commodities are an important part of the national economy growth in its mining industry has been particularly beneficial to the country.Read More
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